Kernel bug after Oracle upgrade ? (ocfs issue perhaps?)
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I am hoping that someone can perhaps assist with this one as I cant seem to find any exact info on this.
An oracle upgrade was done on one of our clients' servers (Oracle Rac setup runnign on RHEL 4.5 ES) After the upgrade (about a day later) the server rebooted and the following errors were found in the log files relating to the reboot:
Can someone perhaps assist in pinpointing the problem and perhaps solution or even direct me in the correct direction for this?
Yes, the best people to assist you in this would be Oracle. There are too many variables to be dealt with here, and since you're in a supported environment (RHEL and Oracle), and you're paying for support from both of them, Oracle would be your best starting point. Especially since this problem didn't start until you did an Oracle upgrade.